The term ‘refractory metal’ is used to describe a group of metal elements that have exceptionally high melting points and are resistant to wear, corrosion, and deformation.
Industrial uses of the term refractory metal most often refer to five commonly used elements:
The identifying feature of refractory metals is their resistance to heat. The five industrial refractory metals all have melting points in excess of 3632°F (2000°C).
Refractory metals are metallic elements of the periodic table with unique properties such as extremely high melting points. However, they can remain solid at room temperature. These characteristics make these materials ideal for research-based and critical nuclear reactions. What Are Refractory Metals? Refractory metals possess a melting point above 2,000° Celsius (3,632° F) and are […]
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Refractory metals are a group of metallic elements that are highly resistant to heat, wear and tear. These metals are popular and widely used because of their unique and desirable properties and behaviors, especially their resistance to corrosion and their extraordinary resistance to wear and heat. These refractory metals are mostly used in the fields […]
Furnaces are used for heating purposes. They are used to heat up substances such as metals, iron, ores etcetera which are to be reshaped or modeled. They are basically used in providing high temperatures for industrial works. Generally, there are four (4) popular types of furnaces. They are; natural gas furnace, oil furnace, electric furnace, […]
The use of crucibles can be traced back several years before the industrial revolution. And today, it is an essential item used either in laboratories for conducting high-temperature chemical reactions and analyses or in large manufacturing plants for melting and calcining metal and ore; they may be made of clay, graphite, porcelain, or a relatively […]
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Metals are made up of atoms that are composed of electrons held in orbit by the pull of the nucleus. When exposed to light, metals give off energy, this phenomenon is referred to as the photoelectric effect. The light has to be of a certain frequency for this to be effective. This means that the […]
The Difference between Tungsten Silver Alloy and Tungsten Copper Alloy Tungsten silver alloy and tungsten copper alloy are both tungsten-based alloys, both of which can be used in aerospace, aviation, electronics, military, defense, and other fields. However, due to their different doping elements, there is a big difference in performance between the two. So in this […]
Characteristics and Uses of W-Ag Alloy W-Ag alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and silver, with a silver content of 30% to 70%. It has the characteristics of high hardness, good welding performance, arc erosion resistance, adhesion resistance, and fusion welding resistance. Therefore, it has a wider range of uses in industry and circuit breakers. For example, […]
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Tungsten Alloy for Forklift Counterweight The reason why tungsten alloy is used as the main raw material for the forklift counterweight is that it has a higher proportion than other counterweights. To put it more simply, when the volume is the same, the weight of tungsten alloy is much higher than the weight of other […]
Tungsten Copper Alloy for Rocket Throat Lining Tungsten copper alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and copper, which has the advantages of both copper and tungsten. Thanks to their excellent properties, tungsten copper alloys are widely used in aerospace, aviation, electronics, electric power, metallurgy, machinery, sports equipment, and other industries. In this article, let’s take […]
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Recycling of Tungsten Tungsten is a kind of metal with a high melting point, and its melting point is the highest among all non-alloy metals. At the same time, tungsten is also very conductive, and it is often used to make tungsten wires. Tungsten is an important strategic metal. However, according to the current consumption rate, tungsten ore […]
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